Equaide Solution and Proud Flesh Removal
Equaide was formulated to dissolve proud flesh without harming healthy tissues. Equaide will not burn, slough or scar healthy epithelial tisses.
Equaide Solution has been tested for Safety and Efficacy. Safe, Non-toxic
Equaide Solution contains no prohibited or banned substances for FEI – USEF – Racing Commisions
No Steroids, No Alcohol, No DMSO
There is no withdrawal time for Livestock use.
Rebel and EQUAIDE
I have used this product years ago with great success for my (rescue) TWH, Rebel. He had injured his fetlock before he came to the rescue and his previous owners had not gotten vet help for him. They brought him to the rescue where I was a volunteer. The wound had developed proud flesh the size of a football on his fetlock. After I adopted him, none of the local vets wanted to touch him and said he couldn’t be fixed and recommended euthanasia.
I started to do research and found Equaide on the Internet. I used it according to the instructions and after 3 months it was dramatically reduced in size. At that time I contacted a few vets at teaching hospitals and finally found one that was willing to make him pasture sound. It happened to be Dr. Dean Richardson (2006 Kentucky Derby Winner Barbaro’s surgeon) at Univ. of Penn at New Bolton Ctr. He had the successful surgery and he is now a happy healthy horse loving life! I will be forever grateful to Dr. Richardson and Equaide!
Here are pictures of before Equaide and after Equaide!
The one picture is of Dr. Richardson and Rebel after surgery!
Proud Flesh growth despite Veterinary intervention and treatment on a hind limb. 2018
3 weeks vs 6 weeks of using Equaide under a bandage with daily changes and washing.
Hock Injury with Proud Flesh Growth
Hock Injury - Proud Flesh Present - Day 1
Proud Flesh present after several days treatment with conventional methods. Cleaning and bandaging, antibiotics. No infection present. Equaide Solution started. Applied to cleansed wound. Bandaged.
Hock Injury Day 3
Hock injury after 1st application of Equaide Solution. Cleansed, applied and bandaged at 2 day interval. Considerable improvement noted. Contracting skin edges and decreased Proud flesh observed. No surgical debridement utilized.
Hock Injury Day 10
Proud Flesh no longer present. Bandaging no longer necessary. Wound is scabbed over, no drainage noted. 5 Applications of Equaide Solution at every 2 day intervals.
Coronary Band Injury - Proud Flesh growth
This horse had a coronary band injury that went unattended for several days. The wound became infected and proud flesh started growing. Several treatments were advised and a few attempted to remove and prevent further Proud Flesh growth. Antibiotics were given. Bandaging was done.
Equaide was contacted and started after 40 days
of failed attempts with traditional topical remedies.
Coronary Band Injury - Proud Flesh Eliminated with
Equaide Solution applied daily with cleansing and
re-application. Proud Flesh growth noticeably decreased in size and then detached from the base. No open bleeding notedwith removal. Skin edges clean and contracting. Healthy granulation bed remains in area of detatched growth.
Hoof wall growth improving.
Continued use of Equaide Solution for
closure of skin and hoof wall growth.
No further Veterinary intervention needed.